Meaning ‘neighbourhood’ in French, the ‘Quartier’ varieties are a celebration of the diverse terroirs of the Mornington Peninsula. The grapes are sourced from vineyards in Tuerong and Balnarring which experience a cool climate and have volcanic soils, providing perfect growing conditions for the particular varietals of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. The style of low intervention winemaking allows expression of each varietal and provides regional character.

Mornington Peninsula, VIC
10.2 °C - 19.4 °C
38.2854° S
145.0934° E

Quartier Pinot Gris
Quartier Pinot Noir

Glen Hayley

Glen joined the winemaking team in 2010, and took over as Chief Winemaker in 2016. He seeks to deliver regionally distinctive wines that are classic and uncluttered. “ I love wine with purity and hope to convey that our wines.” Says Hayley. Our wines are very much a reflection of the Mornington Peninsula but alowys looking for elegance, a balance between supple fruit, fine savouriness and length with full respect to the site it was grown on.

Sustainable Winegrowing

2019 Quartier Pinot Gris – 93 Points Mike Bennie
2018 Quartier Pinot Noir – 92 Points Huon Hooke